This kanji has a kunyoumi or japanese reading of: ひがし, and it has an onyoumi or chinese reading of: トウ. This character has the meaning: east. This character is made up of the following radicals or parts: kanji 一, followed by 日 or sun, and finally tree 木. You can remember this kanji by the following hint: Sun 日 rising behind the trees 木 from the east. Our example sentence is: 明日東京へ立つつもりだ。あしたとうきょうへたつつもりだ。I leave for Tokyo tomorrow.

Grade Kun On Meaning Strokes Example Sentence
JLPT N5 ひがし トウ east 8



I leave for Tokyo tomorrow.